MUSIC TO KEEP WARM WITH
November 13 at 2 pm
Charlevoix Circle of the Arts Armchair Theatre is delighted to present “Music to Keep Warm With”, Sunday November 13th at 2 p.m. The audience will enjoy listening and dancing to the music of The Friends of The Charlevoix City Band under the direction of Gary Stutzman. with vocalist JoAnne Beemon, guitarist Rick Beemon and percussionist Alex King.
On Sunday, December 4th at 2 pm the Armchair Theatre of the Charlevoix Circle of Arts hosted a holiday open house called, “All is Bright”. To celebrate the season, piano stylist Ruth Willis featured holiday music joined by Santa played by guitarist Billy P and his elf, vocalist Kate Heady. The timeless classic movie, “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens was playing during the day.
“All is Bright” will conclude the 2016 season of Armchair Theatre at the Charlevoix Circle of Arts. It will be the 30th program produced by the Armchair Theatre since its debut of “Poe’s Last Night” showcasing David Crawford, internationally known actor at Castle Farms in the summer of 2014. The performances have included plays, orations, dance dancing and music, featuring both professional and amateur actors and musicians from Northwest Michigan.
Jake Slater, Elvis tribute artist, certainly did not disappoint at the Castle Farms on Wednesday, July 13!
Some of the highlights of the 2016 season:
The Harmelings: Sunday March 19 at 2 pm
Open Auditions for Armchair Theatre:
Special Call for actors who can look the age of parents of 11-13 year old children. Please call the Circle of Arts at (231) 547-3554 to set up a time to introduce yourself to Ruth Willis, the Director of Armchair Theatre. The theatre does staged readings as well as memorized plays, and performs throughout the year.
Harvest of Homegrown Talent
Charlevoix Men’s Chorus
Music of Dwain Martin and Jessica Dominic
February 12 at 6 pm - The Dark Lady of the Sonnets: This play is full of passion. Directed by Ruth Willis, it is seen here on video. The lives of William Shakespeare, the Dark Lady of the Sonnets and Christopher Marlowe intersect in this comedy/drama swirling with artistic, personal and political intrigue. Our audience is invited to dress with a Renaissance flair for this rendezvous party and sip mulled wine.
Sunday March 19 at 2 pm - The Harmelings: We present a trio of young musicians that are sponsored by the Horton Creek Band and sure to please.
A great night at the Circle with performances of The Light Fantastic!
Bravo to director Sandy Miles, and the cast of Dylan Thomas' "Under Milkwood" performed on Sunday June 12 at the Charlevoix Circle of Arts!